Power Ranking the Pac-12's Best Performances from Week 4

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Power Ranking the Pac-12's Best Performances from Week 4
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Oregon RB LaMicaheal James rushed for school record 288 yards on 23 carries and two TDs

Three teams had did not play this week, but there were some interesting games. The Pac-12 conference is still ranked fourth, as indicated in the ESPN conference power ranking.

There are three top 25 Pac-12 teams again after the Week 5 AP rankings: Stanford (3-0) No. 6*, Oregon (3-1) No. 9* and Arizona State No. 25*. USC fell out of the top 25 with the loss to ASU.

Player of the week honors go to Oregon RB LaMichael James for offense, Arizona State LB Shelly Lyons for defense and Oregon State returner Jordan Poyer for special teams.

Pac-12 quarterbacks are still the best of any conference. Eight conference QBs rank among the top 40 in the nation in passing efficiency.

Top games this week include: Washington Huskies at Utah Utes, Colorado Buffaloes at Washington State Cougars and Arizona Wildcats at USC Trojans.

Here is a ranking of the conference’s best performances from the fourth week of the college football season, excluding Stanford Cardinal, Utah and Washington State, who did not play.

*Week 5 AP ranking


Previous Pac-12 Power Rankings:

Week 3

Week 2

Week 1

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